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Samsung SSD 860 QVO 2TB for £161.99 Delivered @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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Samsung SSD 860 QVO 2TB for £161.99 Delivered @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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Posted 16th Jul

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Compared with hard disk drives, solid state drives (SSDs) are faster, more power efficient, emit less heat, are noise and vibration free, and keep your data more secure. But capacity has come at a high cost ― until now. Available in 1,2 and 4 terabytes, the Samsung SSD 860 QVO is packed with Samsung's leading-edge performance, at an affordable price. Perfect for PC and laptop users looking for a combination of capacity and performance in a single drive. Meet your first terabyte SSD: Samsung SSD 860 QVO. SD 860 QVO delivers sequential read and write speeds of up to 550 MB/s or up to 520 MB/s and I/O performance of up to 95,000 IOPS read and 89,000 IOPS writing.

  • Your First Terabyte SSD: faster, more power efficient, emit less heat, noise and vibration free, and data will be kept more secure
  • Available in 1,2 and 4 terabytes
  • Perfect for PC and laptop users looking for a combination of capacity and performance in a single drive
  • Breakthrough with Samsung's latest 4-bit MLC NAND flash technology
  • Up to 550 MB/s read and 520 MB/s write speeds give the experience of a new computer
  • Intelligent TurboWrite accelerates write speeds and maintains long-term high performance


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You were waiting on that right? What's the difference between qvo evo?
Batmobile54316/07/2019 18:02

You were waiting on that right? What's the difference between qvo evo?


QVO using QLC and EVO using TLC, Evo being superior with performance and endurance
If you are looking for something reliable I would avoid this and go for 850 Pro or 860 Pro. If your spending the money anyway might as well spend bit extra for a superior drive. I picked up a 850 Pro on Amazon a while back for 239£. They have a 10 Year manufactures warranty. QVO carries 3 years.
Edited by: "Mister_Khan" 16th Jul
Before you all send this skyward because it's Samsung, do beware of the QLC nand limitations/issues/etc.
This ISN'T like the Evo's it's a VERY budget flavoured drive and shouldn't generally be the first option for an OS drive (fine as a steam drive or for other "bulk" storage).
Pretty similar to the France store deal and was a little bit cheaper than this. But, more convenient. Ive ordered the 1tb and the m2 1tb. Just need to decide on if I want to swap out what I have and migrate everything!
I would strongly recommend going for the Crucial MX500 instead: a few pounds cheaper (£158) AND a higher class of SSD. Very happy with mine, even having paid £50 more than that.
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As mentioned before, this QVO is a budget drive, not a performance drive.
Edited by: "rufioh" 16th Jul
This is a hot deal in the technical sense (product is cheaper that it used to be) but very cold since the much better MX500 is currently available at a comparable price (cheaper actually). The MX500 is comparable to the 860EVO, the QVO is worse than both.
diktiomenos16/07/2019 18:48

This is a hot deal in the technical sense (product is cheaper that it used …This is a hot deal in the technical sense (product is cheaper that it used to be) but very cold since the much better MX500 is currently available at a comparable price (cheaper actually). The MX500 is comparable to the 860EVO, the QVO is worse than both.


Yeah, it's a difficult one isn't it - I actually downvoted this, because if I can help anyone avoid buying it not knowing its limitations then I feel I've done some good (given that both deals are only today). But what if someone wanted two and had no-one else to buy them another MX500.
llamaalarmallama16/07/2019 18:28

Before you all send this skyward because it's Samsung, do beware of the …Before you all send this skyward because it's Samsung, do beware of the QLC nand limitations/issues/etc.This ISN'T like the Evo's it's a VERY budget flavoured drive and shouldn't generally be the first option for an OS drive (fine as a steam drive or for other "bulk" storage).



It's almost like Samsung are trying to pass off one drive as the other. For the casual purchaser they probably just remember that a 'Samsung... 'VO' something or other are considered good drives and not realise that EVO and QVO are different models.
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